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activists to live in jail just because he expressed. here their story on the tour to al-jazeera at this time on counting the cost will fall to i.m.f. chief christine lagarde about how the economic model is changing here in the middle east can ireland break regs it find out how the emerald isle is caught in the middle of a big round between the u.k. and the e.u. the year of the dog in china counting the cost at this time on a disease that. you can take back with you a message to the tyrants. do not just israel's resolve israel's prime minister accuses iran of being the biggest threat to middle east security.
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though i'm maryanne demasi this is al jazeera live from london also coming up funerals for two palestinian teenagers shot by israeli forces in gaza as tension continues on the border. kurdish forces agree a deal to allow the syrian army to enter a free to repel turkish offensive. and stars dressed in black in london in support of the campaign against sexual harassment will be like the bastards. israel's prime minister delivered a theatrical flourish and withering attack on iran at the end of a major security conference in munich brandishing part of a drone at benjamin netanyahu described to iran is the biggest threat to middle east security iran's foreign minister for back accusing him of delusional thinking they've achieved reports from munich. these really prime minister benjamin
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netanyahu went straight into attack mode against iran as he took to the podium in munich issuing a direct threat to tehran israel will not allow iran regime to put a noose of terror around our neck. we will act without hesitation to defend ourselves and we will act if necessary not just against iran's proxies that are attacking us but against iran itself he followed up with a dramatic flourish that caught all the delegates by surprise brandishing a piece of wreckage from an iranian drone shot down an israel s base last week. and he had this message for iran's foreign minister mohammad jabot. i bought it here so you can see it for yourself mr zarif. do you recognize this you should be george you can take back with you
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a message to the tyrants of her own. do not just israel's resolve the man who netanyahu called an eloquent liar iran's foreign minister refused to rise to the israeli bake he preferred instead to outline a new plan to dampen down rising tensions in the region i prevent more conflict in the middle east. iran believes that our security in the persian gulf requires a french regional security architecture we believe in and how proposed creating what we call a strong region. rather than a strong man in the region. out of question and answer session those are if expressed his frustration with israeli attempts to undermine the deal iran struck with world powers to stop its nuclear arms program and we
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achieved it in spite of him being implemented in spite of him and the world view to maintain that agreement in spite of his delusional attempts the foreign minister of saudi arabia was equally uncompromising about its main power in the region we cannot afford to put up with the when the revolution penetrance of course the reason iran was sanctioned for terrorism is because it supports terrorism. adele to bear said the pressure on iran would continue until there was fundamental change the push against them will continue until iran change its behavior david chaytor al-jazeera be unique well israeli prime minister also told his polish counterpart that his remarks on the holocaust were unacceptable and unfounded when questioned by journalists at the munich security conference the prime minister said there were jewish as well as polish the traitors of the holocaust relations between
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israel and poland are already tense poland senate passed a controversial or last month making it illegal to assign responsibility to the polish state for crimes committed by the german reich. the funerals have been held for two palestinian teenagers shot dead by israeli forces in gaza their deaths have added to tensions on the gaza israel border following an explosion that to injured four israeli soldiers on saturday israel blames him asked for the attack and carried out a series of ground as strikes on eighteen have massed targets in southern gaza that are false it reports. a funeral for two teenagers killed by israeli fire near the gaza border on saturday night. salim abdulla who both seventeen. israel says it fired warning shots towards a group acting suspiciously near the border fence witnesses talked of tank fire being used no palestinian armed group has claimed the boys as members they were
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laid to rest side by side sometimes father says his son was one of dozens who tried to escape the strip in recent years to look for undocumented work inside israel. and although all youngsters in daraa live in tough conditions not just my son everyone suffers here and they get tired all the hardships. well they're just being marked here in rougher today as a result of just one israeli operation what israel itself is calling a large scale attack on hamas targets here in gaza it's the largest such attack that we've seen since the twenty fourteen war and israel did strike it says eighteen separate hamas linked targets from the air on saturday night. the israeli military says it targeted a tunnel being dug towards israel weapons making sites and military compounds. one rocket was fired from gaza into israel striking a civilian house but injuring no one this latest round of violence the most serious
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in years began on saturday with the wounding of four israeli soldiers two seriously in an explosion near the border fence. israel says that a virus was planted during this protest a day before reportedly hidden behind a flag which the israeli troops went to investigate israel's defense minister avigdor lieberman has vowed to eliminate the attackers adding israel views hamas as responsible for everything that happens in gaza hamas says it's israel that bears responsibility for the escalation luminously. that other fighting groups will not allow the israelis to impose new rules on the ground we will keep practicing our rights to defend our people from israeli aggression two things have seen the situation grow more fragile in recent months the reaction to donald trump's declaration calling jerusalem israel's capital and the continued deterioration the humanitarian situation which israel's army chief has reportedly warned could lead to further conflict for now the worst of the violence appears over but the
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conditions that created it remain in place all aware that more could follow are a force that al-jazeera gaza iran's supreme leader ayatollah ali hum and i has ordered an investigation after a plane crashed killing all sixty five people on board the aircraft disappeared from radar after leaving the capital to her on the awesome on airlines flight which was carrying fifty nine passengers including one child and six crew members was traveling ts soon in the southwest state t.v. says the fog has made it difficult for rescue helicopters to reach the crash site and these across the mountains relatives of those on board gathered it yes each app or for news of their loved ones. so i kept calling all morning but they wouldn't answer so i called my brother and he said dell get he the plane isn't behind schedule yet i told him it's writing he he said don't worry but he called light and said the plane had crashed.
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while syrian kodesh fighters and the government in damascus have reached an agreement for the syrian army to enter the free region to help repel a turkish offensive turkey launched operation all of branch last month to clear a free of kurdish y p g fighters who they regard as terrorists linked to the p.k. k. a senior kurdish official told the reuters news agency that syrian government troops will deploy to some border positions within two days so let's get more on this now from a solid binge of a who is live for us now in istanbul what do we know about how this agreement came about between the syrian kodesh fighters and the syrian government. miriam the specifics of this agreement are not yet clear but we've heard at least one people's protection unit commander telling various news outlets including elves
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there that they have struck a deal with the syrian government to try and protect these areas from the offensive that the turkish government has launched against them this is been ongoing for the last several days we've been hearing about peace talks that have been ongoing between these kurdish fighters and this ever charlotte government but there have been sticking points including the demand such as the mandatory conscription of all kurdish fighters of fighting age giving up all of their bases and military units in sight the free and region and also giving up all of their military bases and heavy best weapons to the syrian regime we don't know yet as in how much of this was agreed upon and what are the points that they have come to a conclusion to but what we know from these kurdish fighters is that the syrian regime would be coming to their help some sources have been saying that it could happen as early as tomorrow we don't know the specifics of whether it will be troops that will be joining them but that it would be weapons that would be coming
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to them and this is going to become clear in the next forty eight to twenty four hours but these could be fighters have been facing very stiff resistance and putting up very stiff resistance to the kurdish to the turkish advances and a number of turkish soldiers have been killed in this offensive it was launched on the twentieth of last month and so how might that turkey respond to this new development. well turkey's been clear in saying that it has launched this offensive to make its borders secure it considers kurdish fighters the right an extension of. kurdish groups that operates on the turkish soil and turkey has been fighting it for years and years but this is a complicated issue because at the at the kurdish fighters that turkey is fighting are also allies of the united states in another part of the border region so it is going to be a tricky one for turkey to play because if the syrian government announces that it
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will secure the borders it won't allow infiltration from the border areas then it will be a difficult choice for turkey as for whether it wants to continue this operation against kurdish fighters or it agrees to what the syrian government the bashar assad government offers it on the border on a free ok from as. a thank you. that is there are still to come a memorial service is health as a long time opposition leader morgan tsvangirai. out of a look at the art of to pirate the mastermind behind one of the finest gardens and the wild. fresh twenty or thirty centimeters of snow in southern germany to get a bit too much for one two people start falling not about what was there of course
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to go to be cleared of the major roads but i think i won't take long the sun should be out after all once the clouds go inside and day breaks once again the picture we've dug out this is from monday is of sunshine the most jimmy but a classic run down to the north you'll notice three degrees and it is not particularly warm any remaining falling out of the sky stuff is let me down in croatia some of this was rain more likely on the adriatic coast coming in behind a lot of cloud twenty mom with two left and in london dining powers to be three zero course but there's still snow on the ground here and the be a bit more snow to come i think for the french alps and maybe switzerland as well good rain fall otherwise it's quite looking picture for good part of europe for the time being hasn't been the case so the central eastern mediterranean now the first storms gone through levant were another one gathering here and it's the tail end of what the rain you saw in the adriatic it abuse increasingly strong winds i think in algeria and tunisia so a drop in temperature thirty analogy is about saving two days more especially the
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potential for rain returns and i think quite heavy stuff as well. more than a century ago britain and france made a secret deal to divide the middle east between them now we can draw him. but what were the last thing effects of this agreement that there was a regional set to sites because it's at those borders were drawn with consulting the people after that with the. psych speak out lines in the sand at this time on al-jazeera.
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welcome back with al jazeera a look at the day's top stories now israeli prime minister has once again taken aim at iran saying the nation is the biggest threat to middle east security benjamin netanyahu speaking at the end of a major conference in munich. hundreds of people have attended the funerals of two palestinian teenagers shops and killed by israeli forces in the gaza deaths have added to tension on gaza's border with israel. and syria in kurdish fighters in the damascus government have reached an agreement for the syrian army to enter the region to help propel a offensive. moving to the us now i wednesday's mass shooting at a school in florida continues to dominate the agenda the blame game extended to the role of the f.b.i. and whether the agency was fit for purpose on friday the f.b.i.
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admitted agents had failed to investigate a tip off about the nineteen year old gunman nicholas cruz who had bought the gun used in the shooting legally that prompted the u.s. president donald trump to tweet that the f.b.i. had spent too much time investigating allegations of collusion with russia during the twenty sixteen election campaign and on sunday the issue of russia collusion dominated the weekly talk show circuit the real issue right now is how do we how a president of the united states not saying what everybody knows to be true what you're into freedom to sixteen they're going to if the feared two thousand and eighteen and we have got to do everything we can to make sure that they do not on the ball in a burka democracy this is a huge deal and that we don't have a president speaking out on this issue is a horror show and we've got three democrats and republicans together despite the president to go forward to protect the integrity of american democracy. well it proves there's no clues into this point there's no collusion in terms of the
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facebook ads the other social media activity director mueller made it very clear in the indictment that any participation by anybody whether was in the truck campaign or the sanders campaign which they said was also being assisted by this effort by russia that all that was done unwillingly that no one participated in the knowing fashion. well here in london film stars a turning out well that having red carpet back actually in support of the me too and time's up campaigns just as they did at last month's golden globes actresses are wearing black in person academy film awards or fast as at the royal albert hall the star of darkest hour in supporting actress nominee kristin scott thomas was one of the first stars to arrive as the night kicked off. the next step is to keep the conversation going to keep the conversation firing and to turn words into actions you know we need to close. this i think that their slogan is absolutely right time is up that's over i don't speak for all women
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because every woman has a voice it's just that some cannot use their voices so while cycle is opportunity i'm going to stand in solidarity with any and every single woman who has had their life by some form of discrimination and that's why we turn up the volume on campaigns like time's up and we continue to usually lies why it's important to speak up and speak out. catherine stansell joins us now from outside the royal albert hall in london so tell us more about what british actresses have been doing to support the campaign against sexual harassment. well most of the people in attendance have been wearing black to the support ceremony to show that solidarity for the times that movement there were also not just stars or members of the film industry falso activists people who are fighting for the rights of women. both in terms of harassment in the workplace violence against women on sort of thing so
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there were several people invited the awards from from those tickler areas as well also earlier in the day there was a letter that was released by by actresses the british actresses in a few changes in the industry almost two hundred of them signed a letter saying that there must be an end to the sexual harassment in the workplace and not just in the film industry across all industries and it was announced in that letter that there was a fun day u.k. equality and justice fund that's going to be set up many actresses and actors have donated over a million dollars to to try to help support people women who have been impacted by sexual harassment violence abuse as well as addressing issues like gender pay and quality so the bafta is really being used as a platform for this kind of thing right a bit of politics injected into the ceremony this year what about the films themselves what are we watching for what's likely to create the most buzz.
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while at the moment everyone is watching the film the shape of water because it's a leading the nominations with twelve nominations in fact and in all of the big categories best film best director best actress bust original screenplay so many people are expecting this film to take on quite a few of the awards when it comes to best actor a lot of people feel like it's really just down to two people in the nominees daniel day lewis for his turn and phantom thread where he portrays a contrary or. in one nine hundred fifty s. britain and gary oldman for his betrayal of winston churchill in darkest hour he had won a golden globe for that performance so it's really down to those two best actress the favorites are not gunning for trail of a dying actress. in film stars don't die in liverpool and frances mcdormand is seen as a favorite as well for her portrayal of a grieving mother seeking revenge and justice for the rape and murder of her teenage daughter in the film three billboards outside of adding missouri so those
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are the categories people are really watching those are the tight races are tonight indeed stiff competition thank you very much catherine standstill outside the royal albert hall in london. now a memorial service has been held for morgan chang the former opposition leader in zimbabwe who died early this week after a long battle with cancer now there are concerns that infighting within his party the government's main opposition could cause a split just a few months before elections on which has more from harare. zimbabwe's president in a similar god what pays his respects to morgan tsvangirai family for years the main opposition leader was assaulted and arrested by police for demanding free and fair elections the ruling zanu p.f. party then led by robert mugabe charged him with treason and called him a puppet of the west the new president says it's time to end old rivalries it is fruitless. search. for men and women as the election in
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them refusing over one hundred questions in this scandal. here because i have to read the sentence in the second. clear view of reactions this year. when the election is held many believe the opposition must appear united it is to have any chance of winning the m.d.c. tea party has any leader nelson chamisa he will be president for. the two other simiar party members. and. they say they will make a big announcement after. this speculation the opposition could split if some key officials decide to walk away others hope that doesn't happen but i must admit.
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i think our leadership. and focus. is. get i died in south africa on wednesday some of his supporters say now his body is home reality is sinking in the man known as the face of zimbabwe's opposition live long enough to see his downfall but it seems i'm not a united opposition already is expected on monday to honor his life but his final farewell is planned for choose day when he will be buried at his rural home. al-jazeera. gambier is marking the first anniversary of the democratic election of president adama borrow far as election marked the end of twenty two years of authoritarian rule by dictator. since then the country has been making games on the international stage earlier this month that we joined the commonwealth after a five year absence. on now four people have been killed after a gunman opened fire to church in the russian region of darkest on the shooting
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took place in the town of which is on the border with chechnya police say they have killed four others were injured in the attack but it's not clear what motivated the shooter dug a stone is one of russia's poorest and most unstable regions have been separations in kosovo as capital to mark ten years of independence from serbia security forces march through pristina as possible weekend the festivities kosovo achieved autonomy in two thousand and eight after years of conflict it's over and t. is recognized by more than one hundred countries including the us and most of the e.u. but it's yet to be recognized by russia or china or kosovo is confronting increasingly lawlessness in a so dominated region a political leader was killed last month in the town of mitrovica. simmons spoke to journalists and politicians who say they now face constant intimidation. it's a daily ritual lighting candles and paying respect to a politician murdered
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a month ago in this lawless city all of the event of a leader of a minority cause of a party spoke albanian and had been trying to foster better relations with the government in pristina he was shot dead and no one seems to know who did it organized crime is rampant here and there are suspicions there could have been a political motivation the people who died in the movie you can see in people how unsafe they fail and they are if you talk about it but work says me the most is that many of all of his friends and my friends have left me. a more considering at . this journalist whose office still bears the evidence of intimidation nearly three years ago also believes things are getting worse that they haven't crossed law i've been a victim of theft and burglary i've been attacked but those are things that happen to people he every day scenes of out of each is made up people species have definitely increased it's because he was so well respected. on the south side of me
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the majority culture of our albanian population has been celebrating ten years of independence it's in contrast to the north where the serbian flag flies kosovo's government ministers accuse their serbian counterparts in belgrade of meddling in the affairs of this city making its dysfunctional. this bridge taken us from the southern side has been renovated it feels new but ten years after independence was announced there is still division here this is a gesture of defiance before we even get into the north building work comes to an end here because of disputes with the cause of all serb local authorities that have caused months of delays because of his prime minister knowledge is there are big difficulties but he says the crime problem is being tackled we are in process of integrating nor of rule of law we respect the specifics of the
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community and we integrate the community in this is my approach but that approach is met with cynicism there's no mention here of independence or integration and drew simmons out zero with rivets cause of. thirty five refugees are heading for the u.s. after leaving an australian run prison camp on the pacific island nation of now or it's part of a deal between australian government and previous us administration refugees a mostly afghan pakistani or anger some rights groups have asked whether somalian iranian refugees are being excluded from the program a fire has broken out at one of tibet's most sacred temples videos posted on social media shows the ancient jokhang monastery in lhasa gulf in flames on saturday the monastery is more than a thousand years old and is listed as a unesco world heritage site nestled in the highlands of costa rica is one of the
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finest to pirate gardens in the world for more than fifty years the man nicknamed senor says the hands is turn ordinary cypress trees into works of art and he gallacher ports. at the foot of the church of st raphael in costa rica central mountain range stands a testament to one man's vision over the decades the gardens of said i have been sculpted into birds and beasts by evangelist to blanco a man known locally as don lister all senor scissorhands. he began work here in one thousand nine hundred sixty four and never stopped. but one of the parks like my family is like my children my wife and my mistress i love it and i care for it i come here at five in the morning to star watching it i do this little love and it cation. is the gardens matures so has its reputation there are now more than one hundred figures here each beginning life as saplings planted by
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a gardener determined to create something unique many great works of art of being created by individuals but few require the maintenance or dedication that all of this does eventually through spent the best part of his entire adult life on this one project but it hasn't gone unnoticed these gardens are now a symbol for the city they're tracked thousands of tourists every year and in two thousand and four they named the entire place after him. the city of socio was grown along with its gardens every day the park is full of visitors from around the world it's like a country house in england with the type the next thing and i was thinking when i went round it's really good for children because it's got elephants and soldiers and bulls and carts and stuff and they can kind of at that fun stuff you have that sense of you are in a bill less in the end all be less of many time ago it's still the same is really nice i love it. in recognition of his work eventually still was given
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a national culture award and continues to inspire those around him as we go about a lot of that he's an icon for the people he's inspired the youth to follow his passion to decorate and shape trees he has a lot of patience and passion for doing this. he retired a few years ago but he's continued to give us new shapes in our park. at the age of seventy nine evangelist isn't quite ready to hang up his shoes he's looking for someone with the same dedication to take over and ensure his legacy lasts and he gallacher all jazeera so pseudo costa rica well as more and everything like covering right here al jazeera dot com. look at the headlines for you now israel's prime minister says iran is the greatest threat to the world and he told the munich security conference in germany that international nuclear deal negotiated with iran has allowed the country to become
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increasingly aggressive in the region iran's foreign minister for back accusing him of delusional thinking s. and yahoo warn that iran should not test israel's result of arguments which are usual model of iran's regime to put a noose of terror around order. we will act without hesitation to defend ourselves and we will act if necessary not just against iran's proxies that are attacking us but against iran itself. or in other developments hundreds of people have attended the funerals for two palestinian teenagers shot and killed by israeli forces in gaza deaths have added to tensions on gaza's border with israel following an explosion that injured four israeli soldiers on saturday israel has carried out a series of ground in as strikes on eighteen hamas targets in southern gaza.
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iran's leader ayatollah ali hum an eye has launched an investigation after an awesome on adeline's flight crashed killing all sixty five people on board realistically at all it appeared from radar after leaving the capital takraw. syrian kurdish fighters say they reached an agreement with the damascus government for the syrian army to enter the african region to help repel a turkish offensive to launched operation all of branch last month to clear a freeing of kurdish y p g fighters who they regard as terrorists linked to the p.k. k. and u.s. president on all trump has criticized the f.b.i. for failing to investigate the suspect in wednesday's school shooting seventeen people died when a gunman opened fire on a high school in florida the f.b.i. admitted on friday that agents failed to investigate a tip off about nicholas cruz who had bought the gun used in the shooting illegally president trump said the f.b.i. was spending too much time investigating allegations of collusion with russia during the twenty sixteen election campaign as the headlines talked to there is
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next after that in about half an hour's time. michael. you. will. see. is a french activist feminist filmmaker and writer a long time anti racism campaigner she has found herself at the center of a debate about racism and free speech in france last year she was forced to step down from the government's digital council an incident that only saw.


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